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sunday's game at fedex another nfl playoff game will take place in maryland s and thehe colt ravens. already, much of maryland is considered ravens country. we go live to fedex field with more on maryland's divided loyalty. those loyalties gradually change as we get to baltimore. even in ravens country, you will see a little bit of a burgundy and gold. so much so that politicians sure they show support for both teams. howard county is not taking sides. they are showing off their .oyalty for both teams burgundy for redskins, purple for ravens. >> a great weekend. homeve both teams coming thing forreat maryland. he is ang a fine line, admitted ravens fan. >> as think there is a healthy and it is kind of fun. a lot of people were saying that meetest thing would be to at the super bowl. a divided fan base. as a ravens fan, he is all right. i would like to say that we beat them every year. especially now that ray is out of here. they are not going to beat us every year anymore. a fan base with high hopes, now that both teams are in the playoffs. if you love them, if you love doou have go
-thousand tackles, 12 pro bowls and a super bowl: junior seau was one of the nfl's fiercest . >>> seau with the interception. >> with 12 pro balls and super bowl he was one of the nfl's fiercest linebackers but retirement was more punishing. he committed suicide at age of 43 two years after he left the game. tonight we have a better idea of why that might have happened, the findings are a frightening hit for anyone who plays football. >> reporter: junior seau was a tar linebacker for years. he shot himself last year. this was his mother louisa. >> i pray to god, please, take me, take me. leave my son. but it's too late. it's too late. >> reporter: seau's family donated his brawn for analysis because they say his suicide was linked to head injuries suffered on the field. the report identifies brain abnormalities. >> in some cases they have exhibited behaviors such as impulsivity, irritability, aggression, memory loss and suicidal thoughts. >> reporter: seau is the fifth player to commit suicide who was later found to have cte. 4,000 players have filed suit against the nfl for brain rela
of the nfl junior say ou. family shares the reaction to the brain disease he had when he took his own life. >>> wake up call from the government. one of the most popular drug on the market. and the fda says the dosage is dangerously too high. >> gunfire breaks out on another school campus. frightening reminder of the newtown tragedy. even as new gun control measures are being gun control measures are being debated in washington >> today we learn football great junior suffered from degenerative brain disease associated with repeated blow to the head. we talked exclusively with the family about these findings and here's karen. >>reporter: the sudden suicide last year of former nfl star junior shocked sports fan and family scrambling for answers. >> we just wanted the truth. >>reporter: he was a legend on the grid iron. 12 time pro bowler who was known for crushing hits like this over nearly 20-year career. but it's the bruising blow that made his family and many others question what made him shoot himself in the chest. >> head to head contact, the collision are just they are out of co
of one of the nfl's all time great players. junior seau took his life last may and now doctors believe 20 years of taking hit after hit to his head likely led to a brain disease called cte. next hour, dr. gupta will be back and ask if it could have led to his suicide. excitement builds as brazil is preparing to host the 2014 soccer world cup, but you heard about this today. it's not just the sport fans getting ready. the city's prostitutes are preparing, but not in the way you may be thinking. details are next. ♪ constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. . >>> in brazil in the city north of sao paulo, excitement is already building for the biggest event of 2014. the soccer world cup. it's not just the sports fans getting ready. no, no, no. prostitutes are brushing up on english skills, taking classes to make communicating with their english-speaking johns a tad easier. the anchor at cnn in esp anol. wh
ex field this afternoon, workers were there painting the nfl wild card banner on the turf. we haven't seen that in a while. the game is this sunday, it's the team's first home playoff game since the '99 season the today the skins met with the media for the final time before their game with seattle. carol maloney joins us with more. >> we have news you need to know. robert griffin will be wearing his brace this sunday, according to mike shanahan. and lichtensteiger did not practice today dueling to his sank the sprain. he will be a gametime decision. a rookie is really to step in for him. >> i don't think it's a negative. i think the way we're approaching this game is the same way we approached the last seven. it is a playoff game. so we'll be ready. i think all the guys in the locker room know what's at stake. you have to play like you have nothing to lose. >> the cowboys game, the cleveland gales, the rachs game, giants game, cowboys again, we don't have a choice. if we lost we're not in it. >> when you get to the atmosphere when you're in the stands that you can't lose, you understand yo
pressure. coricidin hbp. >>> good evening, when it come tooz nfl playoffs quarterbacks are the key. for the most part guys like tom brady and peyton manning rule. where does that leave 49ers? collin caperik is a rookie whit comes to playoffs. stepping up on the run. >> kl kolin kapernik facing aaron rogers saturday. only his 8th nfl start. >> rogers is a great quarterback. you can see what he does on the field. you see performances he's been having. you can't say enough about the guy. we're going to have to work. >> offensive coordinate jor not worried about his quarterback. >> for collin it's another game. the way he handles it day-to-day has been very mature. and i don't think you're going to see any bright you know big eye autos he has shown amaze image tour ti for a man with few starts. >> i've been playing football so long. i mean, i think i've said before this is my 17th year of football. so football is football once you're on the field. >> but rogers is a huge concern. >> he's awful tough to defend. and reminds me of steve young. >> packers haven't faced him. he will be the
to be taken from his good knee to repair the damaged one. >>> a son of former nfl junior seau is speaking out after his father was suffering from a degenerative brain disease. he's upset that he didn't have the awareness to help his father more and now it's too late. he suffered from cte. it's associated from repeated blows to the head. he shot and killed himself last may. he's one of three former nfl players found to have cte after committing suicide. >>> nhl players are beginning to vote on whether to approve a new collective bargaining agreement. the vote is electronic and will continue through saturday at 8:00 a.m. the board of governors unanimously approved the deal yesterday. if a majority of the 700 players eligible to vote approve the agreement, training camp will start this sunday with a shortened 48-game season set to start on the 19th. >>> a south carolina school board is deciding whether to fire a high school english teacher for going too far after he stomped on an american flag in front of his students. attorneys say the teacher was trying to spur discussion in class and wanted t
out within minutes. there are tickets on stub hub and the nfl ticket exching. some are going for thousands -- exchange. some are going for thousands of dollars. you can always watch the game. our coverage on saturday b begi with our playoff show at 4:00 p.m. fox picks up coverage at 4:30 with their pregame show and kickoff is set for just after 5:00. stay tuned after the game for our live point after postgame show. >>> today on the news at 5:00 -- we're digging for more crews -- clues into what led up to an empty tanker collided with the bay bridge. we're looking into the bar pilot's history and an update into the investigation into the incident. >>> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we'll see you the next ti news breaks. an3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3
with an enlightened church. the killing in kansas city, a football player, his wife and himself. three or 4 nfl players say they carry a gun and with basketball players the same. somewhere we're sitting around watching san francisco play miami excited who will win that game. of the tens of thousands that watch those games those role models on the field are not ministers. those athletes have a role to play in diffusing this crisis in our culture. those that do music and art and attract by the thousands. we pay to hear them sing and watch them perform. they must lift their art above deck dance and inspire and something blowing in the wind and can't recycle our worse fears. our nation has become much too violent. we're the most violent nation on earth. we make of the most guns and we shoot them. we make the most bombs and we drop them. in this state unions larger than the teacher union and building first class jails and second class schools and [inaudible] stop the problem. each out and convene the family is the first step in the right direction. mr. mayor at this table must be disk joc
wins on the road. eight total. more than any other nfl team. since 2009.on a game likee oddsmakers' do not the chance against manning in denver, ray lewis could care less. he knows a thing or two about beating the odds. >> i do not get caught up in this person feels like this. does that make him ri doccaght or wrong? everybody has an opinion. whatever their opinion, let them have it. the game has to be played. you have to play the game on sunday. that is where we feel. let the game played out. whoever wins, some people will be right and some people will be wrong. >> they have great players and they have great coaches. it is a great combination they can give you. they can give you every play in the books or they can [inaudible] it with a can be excellent because they have such great players. >> peyton manning is going to accuse the ravens of being in piniella after that interview? the 12 game win streak crumble. they had it going on in early on. maryland building its lead. a tenacious basket. fsu had its first lead. 11 seconds left. terps with the ball. michael snare misses the crucial
harder to get and abuse. >>> a pathology report shows former nfl player junior seau had a degenerative brain disease when he shot and killed himself last year. the national institutes of health studied seau's brain at his family's request. doctors found abnormalities consistent with the disease known as cte likely brought on by years of repeated hits to the head. cte is believed to have caused depression, memory loss and dementia in a number of former football players. joining us now to explain more is dr. michael yokelson from national medstar hospital. how do repeated head injuries lead to a disease? >> thank you for having me. so we are very familiar with what happens in concussion on a one time basis, but what we have learned over many years of studying this is that you end up with multiple concussions or multiple brain injuries, you can develop chronic traumatic encephalopathy or cte and it becomes a degenerative process that over type can look very much like alzheimer's and have other symptoms besides just the cognitive problems or the dementia and it can cause depression and oth
of the kept when he would give them a special baseball shot at when he scored his first nfl touchdown. >> they said you have to do a celebration. i said what if i hit a home run? at that is how it started. i finally got a touchdown in the caprice is it an icon of liked it. -- i finally got a touchdown in the preseason and i kind of liked it. >> the team is hoping that he hits a home run against seattle. they say it is more likely that morris will have to add more yards to the season. >> seattle has a ball hocking secondary, something to redskins will show up and it will rush for about 160, 170 yards. >> redskins fans believe the team may run deeper into the playoffs. speaking of alfred morris, in an interview with the seattle times, seattle's coach said that alfred morris is legit and his team would be keeping a close eye on him and rgiii during sunday's game as they try to take on the victory at fedex field. >> before the game gets underway, we have learned that d.c. washington, will sing the national anthem. >> ♪ and the rockets' red glare bombs bursting in air gave proof through
kaepernick and he died a nfl record with a 63-yard field goal. now he is working to keep his jobs after making the attempt this is season. wild card game is today. our coverage begins at 1:00 with the fox nfl pregame show followed by the game at 1:30. the winner of the game will face atlanta next such. >>> as for the afc, houston beat cincinnati. the texans will face the patriots and they will lead the colts against the baltimore ravens. they will face the broncos on saturday. >>> all right. 7:41. caught on video. the arrest of a teen that is sparking controversy in seattle. why critics are calling it excessive force and how the police department is defending the officers. >>> first, we will give you a live look outside. interstate 680 in sonoma. roadways are looking wet and the rain continues to fall in portions of the bay area. two hands on the wheel this morning if you are driving the corridor. time now is 74 #. you are watching "mornings on 2" -- time now is 7:42. you are watching "mornings on 2". wé . >>> good morning to you. it is foggy with lingering showers through the morning
:-- 8:07. san francisco 49ers host the packers in an nfl playoff game on saturday evening. already signs of red and gold are popping up. 9er red lights adorn the ferry building. there it is. and 49ers stance many trying to get their hands on tickets to the game. even san franciscans who don't usually root for the 9ers are jumping on the bandwagon. >> just to see the home team win, get a win in san francisco. the giants won last year, that atmosphere was unbelievable. >> the 49ers are considered slight favorites to win by about 3 points. but green bay quarterback aaron rodgers, remember, he was the star at cal and now he hopes to defeat the team he rooted for as a kid. the 49ers offered a limited number of tickets on line. they sold out within minutes. you can still get tickets to candlestick park on the nfl ticket exchange. the cheapest ticket we found is about $200. on stubhub one ticket is going for more than $5500. there are other tickets as well. you can watch the game right here. our coverage begins at 4:00. fox begins coverage at 4:30 and kickoff is set for after 5:00. then stay tu
year was unusually mild. >>> nfl great junior seau suffered from brain disease from football injuries. he committed suicide in may. the results show at the time of his death his brain had abnormalities consistent with people who have repeated blows to the head. saeu played 20 years in the nfl. >>> major league baseball is making an unprecedented move to stop players from using performance-enhancing drugs. starting this next season, the league will conduct random testing for hgh, human growth hormone. all players will be tested at least once. punishments will stay the same as punishments for steroids. a 50 game suspension for the first positive test. a 100-game suspension for the second. and a lifetime ban if you're caught a third time. >>> 6:21. coming up, who will kick for the 49ers tomorrow? we have the answer. >> we do. plus, steve young will reflect on the last time the packers came to candlestick for a play- off game and that was a winner. coming up. ♪ i -- i got it i got it made ♪ ♪ i got it made i got it made ♪ ♪ i got it m
class action lawsuit. they claim the n.f.l. misled them for decades on the risks of brain injury. >> there is no focus on the most important part of your body which is your brain. >> the league insists it's made safety a top priority. they understand that violence is part of football and hits make the highlight reels. >> it's not worth it for me. >> the findings on his brain underscore the need for more research on concussion related injuries. >>> and coming up at 5:00, cheryl jennings will sit down with two former bay area football players that struggled with depression. that coming up at 5:00. >> underage league baseball will begin blood testing its players for human growth hormone. timing is interesting coming up one day after baseball stars barry bonds, roger clemens were left out of the hall of fame because of their connection of steroid use. the testing is one part of the anti-doping effort. >>> joe biden says he will deliver gun control recommendations to president obama by tuesday. he says federal task force to curb violence has been productive. he met with representative
. >> wow. >> you can still get tickets on the nfl exchange. the tickets are 10 bucks on subject usual and the cheapest ticket, right here, you can watch the game here and our coverage begins with our playoff play book show and that's a 4:00 p.m. and stay tuned for our live after post game show but everything is right here on channel 2. >> if you had a lot and you can do anything with the money, sal and just sit on the couch. >> good morning. let's look at what we have now. traffic is moving along nicely on northbound 101 approaching the 880 split with no major problem and we are beginning to find it on the road, it is not a big delay but we are seeing a little bit of crowding on the toll plaza and on the peninsular we are looking good on 101 and 280 as you are driving through. >>> it will be sunny and warmer, and partly cold partly cloudy, warmer coast and bay. inland can be hazy and cool and that fog could be turn off in the bay and this may be one of the things dropping down and that looks like a cold wind did i one and we will get rid of that to get rid of it and that's exactly wh
nfl players, and become a volunteer reader, tutor or mentor with united way. in her head. secretary of state will be in the office during the day with a closed door meeting with her staff. it's a week packed with meetings. she has nearly a dozen on her schedule including three at the white house. the u.s. rejecting a new peace proposal from syrian president ba bash sar assad. calling for assad to step aside saying his claim is an attempt at staying in power. the u.n. estimates the up rising that began against assad's regime nearly two years ago claimed at least 60,000 4r50i6s. i am mary ann raf perrafferty. you are watching the most powerful name in news, fox news channel. huckabee. >> in 1986 this woman was walking to work in new york. she passed an 11-year-old boy named maurice who said he was hungry and he asked her for money to buy food. she kept walking but then stopped and walked back to morris and offered to take him to mcdonalds for a burger. his mom was on drug and his dad in a street gaining. she knew he needed more than just a meal that afternoon. for the next four years
in the nfl, they often come down to a made or missed field goal. so who will be kicking for the 49ers come saturday? we have the answer next from the xfinity "sportsdesk." has over 50 delicious choices. sizzler'sr soups, salads, appetizers, and more starting at $8.99 for lunch. sizzler. where fresh is fun. >>> a critical update to a story being watched worldwide. break in the weather has helped free a pot of killer whales trapped in canada's frozen north. this is youtube video showing the pod stuck near quebec. they took turns breathing through a small hole in the ice. finally overnight winds opened a channel to the sea. residents in a small village are now paying someone to track the whales to the open ocean to make sure they're okay. >> that video is incredible. >> crazy. >> let's bring in our chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. we're talking maybe snow in the bay area. >> we could. we had a little bit earlier this morning. there's only a slight shot coming up in the weekend forecast. as the radar scans around, we have cleared out from some of the rare and unusual low snow that happened th
football took a new turn today. a brain analysis found former n.f.l. great junior seau was suffering from c.t.e., a degenerative brain disease, when he committed suicide last may. the national institutes of health said there were abnormalities widely linked to repetitive blows to the head. seau had been a star linebacker for 20 years before retiring in 2009. in economic news, american express announced it's cutting about 5,400 jobs as it restructures. the reductions will come mainly in the company's travel business. and on wall street, stocks had a good day, after reports suggesting the economic outlooks in china and europe may be improving. the dow jones industrial average gained more than 80 points to close at 13,471. the nasdaq rose nearly 16 points to close above 3,121. the standard and poor's 500 hit another five-year high, topping 1,470. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to judy. >> woodruff: a series of bombings across pakistan killed over 100 people today and injured scores more. a short while ago, ray suarez talked by phone to "new york times" reporter declan wal
'm going to cherish our battles on the ffeed alwwys. you helped make tte phe best innthe nfl. it's an honor to have played ag the game has ever known. best pishes ray. p, coming up in our 7 o'clock hour... ray lewis isn't the only one making headlines... newwrule... that's putting the green bay packers in the spotli. 45 morning news...all local.. 3 3&pbaltimore is gearing up for theeravens' big gaae ttis sunday.where you can o to be a part of the purpll caravan. "and i said 'lets go, fight me likk a man."" ann... aaffggt over an order... gets a subway worker fired.what one man wanted on his sandwich.. that cauued the clerk... to flip out. 3 3 3 friday, january 4th 3 3 3 aanatioo-wide concern... ith in maryland.more and more people are catching the flu. flu.ttke a look at this recent map rom the ceeters for disease control.all but 5 states are seeing rgional or wide spread outbreaks of the &pffu. doctorr ay they sse flu cases every year... but this year... the flu season hit us much earlier than expected.and now... emergency rooms are flooding with patients.we met admitted to gg-
encephalopathy or c-t-e. the findings are similar to exposure to repetitive head injury." linebacker for 20 n-f-l seasons before retiring in 2009. he joins a list of several dozen football players who genevieve: i would let my son play but before i would let him know the damage it could cause. shannon: no i would never let my son play football. way too dangerous. michelle: with a competitive soccer player in my house who heads the ball for a large percentage of her game, i worry about this every single day. our young athletes are being put at risk. join the conversation. (woman) 3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information and receive a free 3-day bracelet today. it was 3 days of pure joy. ♪ and it's beautiful >> catherine: andcoming up at 5-30. c
of their full ride scholarship, how about a stipend? that is the proposal? nfl agent eugene lee joins us as he often does to comment on football and occasionally sports too. welcome back. this is a proposal and it will be a stipend. i don't know how much better is a limited stipend like spending money. you approve? >> i approve 100%. the student athletes, a lot of which come from lower-income background are generating huge revenue for schools, the estimated payout from a title game on monday which included my alma mater was $44 million to $48 million between notre dame and alabama. stuart: it would be split between notre dame and crimson tide alabama? they won. they split that money and you are saying there's such huge amounts of money involved at least some of its should go to the players in the form of a form of pay. you approve of this? >> i do. stuart: is a limited thing, it is a stipend. doesn't amount to a couple million-a-year. >> spending money. the argument goes the demand of being a student athlete in a high revenue generating sport like football or basketball you don't have time wit
at the brain of the late nfl line baker junior seau and the ten-time all pro committed suicide in may. specialists who have studied him closely say that he has evidence of scarring and a condition called chronic traumatic enself lop tea e.ect. we'll have a live report from sanjay gupta. particularly when you're talking young kids and so forth, we've heard about the issue of concussion cans. >> sanjay has done a lot of research, a lot of work on these concussions, these head injuries from football. it's a serious, serious subject. >> that's reason enough to tune in and continue to stay tuned in. >> it was such a tragic loss. i remember the day upon hearing the news of his suicide. really, really sad. >> all right. thank you. >>> we're just about to get a close look at assault weapons. they are likely to become the targets of proposed gun control laws again. but, first, what's wrong with this picture? our strategy session is looking at whether the president needs to recruit more women and minority members for the top jobs in his second term. keep my eye on her...to but, i didn't always
. >> the know what the cliche with the know what the nfl stands for? not for long. maybe akers is the type of diet who envy as someone looking over his shoulder performs better. >> sanchez would look over his shoulder and see them to go and perform better. he goes you know what i don't care if he is released he is not coming to jacksonville. >> he cannot throw the ball but the problem is the as such a big name that when ever he has around there is a clamoring for him to play. he caught lightning in a bottle in denver last season. whenever he is around, it is terrible to say but he is just not good enough to have them on your roster. he is so well-known and people are always talk about him he overshadows everyone else by the is not good enough to have that type of attention. >> this all brings me to the jersey bank. the oscar nominations came out and the summer light play but have you seen this? >> naso i am upset about an athlete i getting nominated for a director and iredeland thd out. >> he is and the jersey right here. the start is bipolar and he wears a jersey >> bradley cooper >> righ
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